Nintendo Switch 2 will be unveiled in 2024

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Before you say anything: yes, I know trying to predict Nintendo is madness. I’m not going to predict them as such though, just try and work when exactly they’re planning the Switch 2. Interestingly, the first time I heard about the theory of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom being the last big game for the current console was in a Reader’s Feature. Hats off to reader Carbona, as I think they’ve nailed it, since I’m now seeing rumours from trusted sources that that’s exactly what’s going on.

 

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I disagree with the notion that 2024 is the reveal. 2023 is gonna be the reveal, then the release is gonna be about 3 to 6 months later. Mostly because I don't think Nintendo is gonna try to deviate from the Nintendo Switch business model. Steam Deck is giving them a run for their money. Only an idiot would release it in 2024 or 25. I'm sorry, Nintendo. If that's your plan, and you want to release late...? You deserve a Wii U situation all over again. Learned nothing.

To be fair, I'll give them credit: Switch Pro has been canceled, and I think they'll just come out with a Switch 2 - whatever its gonna be called.

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is rumored to have tapped Nintendo Switch to the full extent of the console.
 

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I think Nintendo will release a new console even later because its sales are still very good for Switch and games. I agree that Steam Deck is a good option for portable gaming, but can it ensure good performances for future pc games although at a lower resolution?
 
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For some reason i think theres still quite a bit of life left in the current switch console, Im guessing a reveal of a switch 2 in about september 2023 releasing between feb-march 2024
 

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I have to agree that there is plenty of life left in the current Switch, but I do understand Nintendo's desire to strike while the iron is hot. They made that mistake with the Wii U, leaving it a bit too late in the Wii's lifecycle, not differentiating it enough from the Wii, and getting no third party support. If they want to keep the Switch's popularity alive, going for the Switch 2 and capitalizing on the market while it's here is a great plan. I also agree that I see it revealing more around the end of 2023 and launching in 2024, but if it does end up being a 2024 reveal with a 2025 launch, that's not a bad thing, either, as the Switch is doing very well!
 
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